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Wrestlers

ˈres.lər

Meanings of Wrestlers:

noun

A person who takes part in wrestling, especially for sport.

Usage examples:

Huge men built like professional wrestlers

Wrestles

ˈres.əl

Meanings of Wrestles:

verb

Take part in a fight, either as sport or in earnest, that involves grappling with one's opponent and trying to throw or force them to the ground.

Usage examples:

He wrestled with the intruder before being knocked unconscious
noun

A wrestling bout or contest.

Usage examples:

A wrestle to the death

Wrestling

ˈres.lɪŋ

Meanings of Wrestling:

noun

The sport or activity of grappling with an opponent and trying to throw or hold them down on the ground, typically according to a code of rules.

Usage examples:

These situations would include sport matches in wrestling and judo where people are fighting with r…
verb

Take part in a fight, either as sport or in earnest, that involves grappling with one's opponent and trying to throw or force them to the ground.

Usage examples:

He wrestled with the intruder before being knocked unconscious

Wrests

rest

Meanings of Wrests:

verb

Forcibly pull (something) from a person's grasp.

Usage examples:

Leila tried to wrest her arm from his hold
noun

A key for tuning a harp or piano.

Usage examples:

With respect to the harp, he produces the sharps, flats, quarter-notes, or any intermediate variati…

Meanings of Wretched:

adjective

(of a person) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state.

Usage examples:

I felt so wretched because i thought i might never see you again

Wretcheder

ˈrɛtʃɪd

Meanings of Wretcheder:

adjective

(of a person) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state.

Usage examples:

I felt so wretched because i thought i might never see you again

Meanings of Wretchedest:

adjective

(of a person) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state.

Usage examples:

I felt so wretched because i thought i might never see you again

Wretchedly

ˈretʃ.ɪd.li

Meanings of Wretchedly:

adverb

Extremely, when referring to something unpleasant or of low quality

Usage examples:

Wretchedly inadequate

Meanings of Wretchedness:

noun

The state of being unpleasant or of low quality

Usage examples:

He couldn't stand the wretchedness of life at home., they were doomed to a life of wretchedness and…

Meanings of Wretches:

noun

An unfortunate or unhappy person.

Usage examples:

Can the poor wretch's corpse tell us anything?

Wrier

raɪ

Meanings of Wrier:

adjective

Using or expressing dry, especially mocking, humour.

Usage examples:

A wry smile

Meanings of Wriest:

adjective

Using or expressing dry, especially mocking, humour.

Usage examples:

A wry smile

Meanings of Wriggle:

verb

Twist and turn with quick writhing movements.

Usage examples:

The puppy wriggled in his arms
noun

A wriggling movement.

Usage examples:

She gave an impatient little wriggle

Wriggle out of

ˈrɪɡ.əl

Meanings of Wriggle out of:

phrasal verb

To avoid doing something that you do not want to do

Usage examples:

He promised he'd help me paint the living room, but now he's trying to wriggle out of it.

Meanings of Wriggle-room:

noun

→  wiggle room

Wriggled

ˈrɪɡ.əl

Meanings of Wriggled:

verb

Twist and turn with quick writhing movements.

Usage examples:

The puppy wriggled in his arms
noun

A wriggling movement.

Usage examples:

She gave an impatient little wriggle

Meanings of Wriggler:

noun

A person or thing that wriggles.

Usage examples:

We know them by many names: grub (beetles, bees, wasps), maggot, caterpillar (butterflies, moths), …

Meanings of Wrigglers:

noun

A person or thing that wriggles.

Usage examples:

We know them by many names: grub (beetles, bees, wasps), maggot, caterpillar (butterflies, moths), …

Wriggles

ˈrɪɡ.əl

Meanings of Wriggles:

verb

Twist and turn with quick writhing movements.

Usage examples:

The puppy wriggled in his arms
noun

A wriggling movement.

Usage examples:

She gave an impatient little wriggle

Wriggling

ˈrɪɡ.əl

Meanings of Wriggling:

verb

Twist and turn with quick writhing movements.

Usage examples:

The puppy wriggled in his arms
noun

A wriggling movement.

Usage examples:

She gave an impatient little wriggle

Wright

raɪt

Meanings of Wright:

noun

A maker or builder.

Meanings of Wrights:

noun

A maker or builder.

Meanings of Wring:

verb

Squeeze and twist (something) to force liquid from it.

Usage examples:

She wrung the cloth out in the sink
noun

An act of squeezing or twisting something.

Usage examples:

I rinse my brush in hot water, warm water and then give it a slight "wring".

Meanings of Wring-out:

verb

To twist something by holding it tightly and turning your hands in opposite directions

Usage examples:

[ m ] she wrung out the shirt and hung it up to dry.

Wringer

ˈrɪŋ.ər

Meanings of Wringer:

noun

A device such as a mangle for wringing water from wet clothes, mops, or other objects.

Usage examples:

A man standing over a hopper feeds in chunks of the batter, which are pressed through mechanical ro…

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